Suitcase in Point is proud to partner with the Walker Cultural Leaders Program on a series of events around questions of equity, diversity and inclusion in the Brock and St. Catharines theatre community and beyond.

Activities include a keynote address by Ravi Jain, artistic director of Why Not Theatre; a staged reading of Dominique Morisseau’s award-winning play Pipeline (directed by Lisa Karen Cox; with a cast and creative team of professional actors and Brock Dramatic Arts students), discussions about the St. Catharines artistic and cultural landscape and an original sketch comedy show from Suitcase in Point.

Weekend schedule and details:
Saturday, November 9: 

10am-12pm: The Forum: discussion series with and for young people The Green Studio, 36 James Street, Third Floor
1-2:30pm: Roundtable with artists from the community: Where Are We Now?: Power, privilege, race and theatre in Niagara – Oddfellows Temple, 36 James Street, Second Floor, St.
7pm + 9pmCabaret Nothing Lasts Forever, an original comedy show by Suitcase in Point – The Green Studio, 36 James Street, Third Floor

Sunday, November 10: 

3 pm: “Alternative visions of existence” – Keynote address by Ravi Jain
Refreshments – Marilyn I. Walker Theatre
4 – 5:15pm: Reading of Pipeline
Refreshments – Marilyn I. Walker Theatre
5:30pm – 6:30pm: Talkback/Q&A with Ravi Jain and Lisa Karen Cox – Marilyn I. Walker Theatre
7pm + 9pmCabaret Nothing Lasts Forever, an original comedy show by Suitcase in Point – The Green Studio, 36 James Street, Third Floor


 

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